Although this listing looks like a basic garage from the outside, inside 222 Madison Street in Bedford-Stuyvesant is actually a single-family home on the market for just over $1.9 million. The cured cement floors, exposed white-washed brick wall, and high ceilings topped by skylights add plenty of industrial glamour, while a private garage, multiple sleeping areas, and 3,000-square-foot open layout retain all the functionality one could hope for in a residence.
The spacious living room on the main floor, which has views of the atrium, sits just below a reading area with a Dutch designed music storage system. The open floor plan allows for a large dining table in this space and a few pieces of furniture.
Also on this level is the chef’s kitchen, with stainless steel counters and cabinets, a professional 36-inch range and oven, Carrara marble island, and a generous pantry.
The master bedroom and bathroom can be found on the second level. With room for a king-sized bed, a private terrace and a walk-in closet, this bedroom has tons of space. The master bath has a separate soaking tub, walk-in-shower and two beautiful Talavera hand-painted sinks.
A second large loft sits on the opposite side from the master bedroom. Although it’s currently used as a playroom, it’s big enough to let your creativity flow.
The terrace, which can be used as a garden, brings light into the living room through the large windows. To add to its modern, industrial design, the home remains energy efficient, which includes “on demand” hot water, heated floors, central air and a sound system which can be individually controlled in each space. It also has a private garage to ease the hassles of city parking.
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